Vintage girl’s embroidered dress top with the 1950’s Dynasty clothing label. This girl’s clothing piece was manufactured and exported by the Dynasty Salon which was located in the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong. The Dynasty label was established in 1953 when designer Dora Sanders started manufacturing clothing sized and styled for Americans who were traveling in Asia. By 1959, Dynasty clothing was sold by 600 stores in the United States and was the leading fashion exporter in Asia. Neiman Marcus, I. Magnin and Lord & Taylor department store retailers had exclusive rights to her new styles for their distribution and sales. The Dynasty label with the accompanying BCC registry on the label dates this dress top to this specific time period. The BCC denotes British Crown Colony and was the period when Dynasty clothing was using the finest silks and threads for their clothing designs. This girls top has a beautiful deep red color with a Chinese styled embroidered floral design on the front panels. The size is small and is in excellent condition with no holes, tears, rips or stains. This is clothing is dry clean only.